Archive for April, 2008

Introduction to Rolfing

Introduction to Rolfing

Written by on April 26, 2008 in Health

Allen Frost talks about the benefits of a bodywork technique called rolfing.
It “releases adhesions and lines of strain on the connective tissue whether it’s associated with muscle tissue, abdominal tissues, or the tissues surrounding the spinal cord.”

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Thai Massage

Thai Massage

Written by on April 22, 2008 in Health

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXKNf0PQ7ro
This video describes Thai massage and how it can benefit you.
“The optimal benefits are to give you relaxation, loosen your tight muscles, loosen your lymphatic drainage, circulation…”

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Dr. Don Stillings

Dr. Don Stillings

Written by on April 20, 2008 in Colonics

Dr. Stilling’s colon therapy department suggests different things when getting a colonic session and what foods could cause a lot of build up in the colon.
“I will suggest that [the patients] talk to the doctor to determine in [their] opinion based on what they’re eaten over the years just how many colonic sessions are needed.”

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Health Tips – Benefits of Water

Health Tips – Benefits of Water

Written by on April 12, 2008 in Health

A quick look at some of the benefits of drinking the recommended 8 glasses of water a day.

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Health Tips – Trans Fats

Health Tips – Trans Fats

Written by on April 8, 2008 in Health

A quick look at Trans Fats and why to avoid them, what they do, and where you find them.

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Eating with the Season, Part II: Springtime

Eating with the Season, Part II: Springtime

Written by on April 1, 2008 in Features, Health

by Allison Ellis
If it’s good for you, isn’t it good for you all the time?
In Part I of our series, Eating with the Season, we discussed Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Nutrition principles, stating that the foods we eat all have specific energetic properties (cooling, heating, descending, dispersing, etc.) and can strongly affect specific organs. Eating […]

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Tai Chi

Tai Chi

Written by on April 1, 2008 in Health

By Dr. David G. Lancaster, DO, ABHM
Tai Chi is a low impact exercise that brings together movement, breath, balance, awareness, and serenity. As a martial art it involves the synchronization of breathing and thought with flowing movements of the trunk, arms and legs. These graceful movements have been choreographed over the centuries so that by […]

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